Antonio Navarrete

COVID – 19 Update

Yes, we are and have been working through the COVID-19 outbreak since we have been working remotely from home for many years. We continue to service our clients and we look forward to working with new clients during this time. We available during regular business hours and can make special arrangements to speak in the…

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Is Your Best Online Marketing Tool Hiding in Plain Sight?

A lot of business owners obsess over search engine optimization, pay-per-click advertising, and even social media, all without realizing that one of their most powerful online marketing tools is hiding in plain sight. We are talking about online review services, and especially those associated with Google + & Yelp.  By encouraging satisfied customers to leave…

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7 Ways to Prepare Your Website for a Slowing Economy

As every business owner and executive will be aware, there is a lot of chatter out there about the state of the economy. Some experts say a recession or slowdown is almost certainly right around the corner; others think these fears are overblown and that many financial forecasters are guilty of crying “wolf.” We aren’t…

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Why is it important to Update WordPress, Plugins, and Themes?

As you may or may not know, WordPress runs on over 36% of ALL internet sites, and makes up more than 60% of all CMS integrations worldwide. It is the most powerful CMS or Content Management System on the planet. So why should you keep it updated regularly? Here’s a rundown of the most important…

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The Cookie Law Explained

Ok, we’re not talking about those delicious things….we’re referring to website cookies. NOTE: This law pertains to all EU countries, and if you do business in the EU. Canada and the USA have no cookie laws currently.  It started as an EU Directive that was adopted by all EU countries in May 2011. The Directive gave individuals…

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Chrome looks to flag all HTTP sites as NOT SECURE

Starting in July, any website not using HTTPS will be identified as “not secure” in Chrome. Google is on a mission to get web developers to use HTTPS encryption on their websites. Those who don’t will see their sites labeled as “not secure” in an upcoming Chrome browser build due out in July. In the…

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Share private encrypted files with Firefox

The awesome people at Firefox have a cool new web experiment we think you’ll love. Send lets you upload and encrypt large files (up to 1GB) to share online. When you upload a file, Send creates a link to pass along to whoever you want. Each link created by Send will expire after 1 download…

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Email Client Market Share 2018

Have you wondered what email client your customer is using? In this post, we will dig into what what Litmus Email Analytics has taught us about email clients so far in 2017 and beyond. The rise of webmail In 2016, mobile steadily dominated email client market share, beginning and ending the year at 54%. While…

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Should you switch from Chrome to Firefox?

Since it’s debut Chrome has grown tremendously in popularity, and although it’s reputation has since taken a hit as of late, we can’t help but notice it’s been a massive memory hog slowing down our computers as we tend to open tons of tabs. Its almost reminding us of the days of Internet Explorer in…

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Google My Business Listing – 2 New Features

There are a couple of new features in your Google Business Listing Adding Posts. Posting through Google My Business lets you publish your events, products, and services directly to Google Search and Maps. By creating posts, you can place your timely content in front of customers when they find your business listing on Google. SMS…

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